TERRE HAUTE —
Rose-Hulman has announced a new schedule for this weekend’s baseball invitational featuring DePauw and Concordia Chicago.
The new schedule is as follows:
(All games scheduled for 9 innings)
Today at Art Nehf Field
6 p.m. — DePauw vs. Rose-Hulman
Saturday at Art Nehf Field
11 a.m. — DePauw vs. Rose-Hulman
2 p.m. — Concordia Chicago vs. DePauw
5 p.m. — Concordia Chicago vs. Rose-Hulman
Sunday at DePauw
10 a.m. — Concordia Chicago vs. DePauw
1 p.m. — Rose-Hulman vs. Concordia Chicago
Rose stands 3-6 for the season after shutting out Carthage 8-0 to capture a series win last Sunday. The Engineers finished 27-14 and won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season title last season.
DePauw has an 0-2 mark this year after finishing 34-14 and qualifying for the NCAA Division III tournament in 2012. Concordia Chicago stands 7-1 this spring after compiling a 33-14 mark and earning a trip to the Division III tourney last season.
n ISU falls — At Tulsa, Okla., 20th-ranked Tulsa used three home runs to defeat Indiana State by an 8-1 score Thursday.
The Sycamores led off the first and second innings with hits as junior Morgan Allee and freshman Abbie Malchow singled but neither was able to come around and score.
Tulsa got its offense going in the bottom of the second as they bat around and scored six runs off six hits to take a 6-0 lead over the Sycamores. They then added one more run in the bottom of the third off a solo homer to make it a 7-0 game.
Indiana State answered in the top of the fourth inning when Allee led off with a bunt single and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Allee then moved to third on a fielders choice and Tulsa throwing error to cut the Golden Hurricane lead to 7-1.
The Sycamores could get no closer, however.
Allee finished 2 for 3 with a run scored for the Sycamores, while Megan Bunting and Paige Schreiner each went 1 for 2.
The Sycamores (9-13) will return to action Saturday when they open Missouri Valley Conference play at Wichita State with a doubleheader, beginning at 1 p.m.
n ISU swept — At Cape Girardeau, Mo., junior Shelby Wilson hit her fourth home run of the season, but Indiana State fell 5-4 and 9-4 on the road to the Redhawks of Southeast Missouri.